Ubisoft is less Wii games make




The number of selling games for the Wii made in the past year, only three percent of Ubisoft’s total. Therefore, the French publisher is going to make less games for the console of Nintendo. Watchdogs appears still for the Wii U.

“It’s very simple:. What we see is that Nintendo fans buy Assassin’s Creed In the past year, we have very few copies were sold,” said Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot in an interview with Game Informer. The number of games sold runs backwards, according to Guillemot. In the last fiscal year, the sales of Wii games from Ubisoft three percent of the total. That was four percent a year earlier. In comparison, games for the Wii, the predecessor of the Wii U, sell significantly better. The number of Wii games makes eleven percent of the total, where it was a year earlier, even sixteen percent.

Yet Guillemot wants games for Nintendo consoles continue to bring to the market. “We see that only a certain kind of games does it well. Just Dance for example., So we’ll release especially games that sell well.” The director says nothing about the games or series that he no longer intends to issue for Nintendo consoles all Assassin’s Creed seems a logical candidate. Guillemot emphasized that the Wii U version of Watchdogs still appears on the market. Which should be on sale at the end of this year.

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